Three Days in Sydney, Australia

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Sydney Harbour, Australia

Sydney is Australia’s largest and oldest city, with a rich multicultural history. The city surrounds the largest natural harbour in the world, Port Jackson, which includes Sydney Harbour and Darling Harbour.

Day 1

Discover Sydney Opera House, one of the greatest architectural works of the 20th Century, which offers a wide range of tours. Embark on a behind the scenes tour that takes your team inside the sails and ends with a surprise opera performance. Next, visit Darling Harbour to meet a koala at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and pose for a photo before enjoying lunch on the Koala Rooftop. Spend the afternoon on Sydney Harbour and take a yacht charter with East Sail to one of Sydney’s secluded beaches, or host a team-building exercise. In the evening, board a water taxi for a cruise to Cockatoo Island, the scene for tonight’s cocktail function in the World Heritage-listed Convict Precinct, which offers indoor and outdoor spaces for up to 1,200 guests.

Day 2

Begin the morning with a salute to the sun in a morning yoga class located in the Royal Botanic Gardens, on the edge of Sydney Harbour. Next, take to the sky in a seaplane for a bird’s eye view of the world’s deepest natural harbour. For an introduction to Australian cuisine, take a cooking class at the Sydney Seafood School located above the Sydney Fish Markets. These hands-on lessons are led by top Australian chefs and include a delicious seafood lunch with matching wine, all prepared by your team. Follow your meal with the BridgeClimb Express, scaling the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the summit, 134-metres above sea level, in just over two hours. For dinner, head to Icebergs with spectacular views of Bondi Beach.

Day 3

Take in the beaches of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, including the iconic Bondi Beach, on a one-hour Harley Davidson ride with Wild Ride Australia. Have your guides drop you off at the harbourside suburb of Watsons Bay for a seafood lunch at Doyles, overlooking the water. Catch a boat transfer back to the city and spend the afternoon at Westfield Sydney on Pitt Street, home to 250 fashion and homeware boutiques, where you can book a private styling session in the Westfield Suite. Complete your Sydney stay with a dinner in Luna Park’s Heritage-listed building, Crystal Palace, with two outdoor deck areas that offer harbour views from the city to Balmain.

For more on planning your next meeting or incentive in Australia, contact Business Events Australia.

 

 

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